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  1. ArcadeMachinist

    Dump of NesicaXlive Taito type X zero

    It is just apache with mod_cache and some very basic handler to let X3 based USF4 (may be some other games too) to find this machine in the local LAN, without it those X3s won't boot.
  2. ArcadeMachinist

    SEGA G-Loc: complete restoration saga.

    Just a small update how it is going. Still need to fix one motorboard. May be someone can tell me why, when connected to MAINS, there is 0v after R21b, when it should be normally 3v. Before R21a = 337v Between R21a and R21b = 168v After R21b = 0v (normal working board has 3v here). Image shows...
  3. ArcadeMachinist

    SEGA G-Loc: complete restoration saga.

    As of today - it needs the seat to be completed and motor driver board issue fixed. May be CRT should be looked into as well. When the cabin moves (it does on 1 motor during startup check sequence) - the image really jumps across the screen. Not sure if it is something mechanical with the...
  4. ArcadeMachinist

    SEGA G-Loc: complete restoration saga.

    Now the main trouble (common for this machine) is: dead motor driver boards, and glitching motor control logic PCB, as turned out later. There are very detailed diagnostics and repair instructions for these boards available on french GameOver forum. I was able to fix one of the driver boards and...
  5. ArcadeMachinist

    SEGA G-Loc: complete restoration saga.

    Joysticks and new lights: Main joystick missile button (square orange) was replaced with a slightly bigger one, which looks exactly as original, just few mm bigger. Original is still produced and available from the manufacturer, but only in Japan and was never exported, except in SEGA button...
  6. ArcadeMachinist

    SEGA G-Loc: complete restoration saga.

    Seat had a big hole with a large chunk of plastic missing. This is what I now call "arcade pottery":
  7. ArcadeMachinist

    SEGA G-Loc: complete restoration saga.

    Now same with the upper cabin part.
  8. ArcadeMachinist

    SEGA G-Loc: complete restoration saga.

    Rust cleaning, sanding, painting of the base is done. Now it is clean enough to move into our living room (no garage). Power supply section completly reassembled and rewired from scratch.
  9. ArcadeMachinist

    SEGA G-Loc: complete restoration saga.

    SEGA "Y board", almost unobtainable pcb. Wire harness completly removed from the machine, had to fix it in like 50+ places. Rats family was a really hard working type.
  10. ArcadeMachinist

    SEGA G-Loc: complete restoration saga.

    First things first: complete disassembly and cleaning.
  11. ArcadeMachinist

    SEGA G-Loc: complete restoration saga.

    I would be posting some pictures of my current restoration project. SEGA G-Loc Deluxe flight simulator - R360's smaller brother. Got this machine with completly dead lower part, looks like sometime ago it was stored outside (rust and corrosion) and it was home for a rat family too (major parts...
  12. ArcadeMachinist

    Sanwa OSBN-24, but with different thread pitch?

    I did exactly that. But outer shell has signs of wear too, including cracks, which I fixed. Just want to know for the future rehabs.
  13. ArcadeMachinist

    Sanwa OSBN-24, but with different thread pitch?

    I wonder if Sanwa OSBN-24 (screw in) buttons thread pitch was changed one day? Red button you see here (picture from eBay) on the throttle lever is OSBN-24, with Sanwa marks, etc. But... it has smaller thread pitch, so newer OSBN-24 won't fit the joystick. I wonder if it was some custom order...
  14. ArcadeMachinist

    Sega Lindbergh Universal Mods/Upgrades

    No. That board is not using flexible flat cables, but just normal ones
  15. ArcadeMachinist

    SEGA Lindbergh cabinet "upgraded" with LG 1080 monitor.

    They come with universall "wall adapter". I have just made an extra power outlet inside the cabinet. Monitor is 19volts, if I remember correctly. So the easiest way - just add another 120/230 VAC outlet inside the cab.
  16. ArcadeMachinist

    SEGA Lindbergh cabinet "upgraded" with LG 1080 monitor.

    Untill you are very good in electronics it would not work. Monitor has custom made pcb with a digital joystick (aka 5 way buttons - 4 sides and center-press) Joystick in your picture is analog. Your best choice is just to move original joypad PCB (it is very small and stand alone) from monitor...
  17. ArcadeMachinist

    SEGA Lindbergh cabinet "upgraded" with LG 1080 monitor.

    Back plastic panel is secured by snap-on locks, easy to detach. Hardest part is extending the cable - requires soldering skills.
  18. ArcadeMachinist

    Taito Vewlix JVS IO

    Not arrived yet. But SD is not used, at least in LoV terminal. Also USB/IO board, shipped with DISSIDIA (PS4), has this SD card slot, also not used. So no idea what is the purpose of that. Same (hardware wise) boards also can have different firmware. Like Dissidia and SF V are the same, but...
  19. ArcadeMachinist

    Taito Vewlix JVS IO

    Replying to my own question: The board is K91X1245A(J9100641A) A special type of JVS board
  20. ArcadeMachinist

    SEGA Lindbergh cabinet "upgraded" with LG 1080 monitor.

    I took a square shaped hollow aluminium tube and placed 2 LED strips on 2 sides (up and front), then 3D printed 2 mounts, so tube can be mounted using original screwholes on the bottom of the lamp compartment. I can share 3d model in OpenSCAD. You can use a drop-in LED tube, that works just...
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